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    #1

    The cloud was blown off and gone.

    The cloud was blown off and gone.

    Is "blown off" can use for wind blows away the cloud?

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    #2

    Re: The cloud was blown off and gone.

    No. "The clouds were blown away."

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    #3

    Re: The cloud was blown off and gone.

    Quote Originally Posted by mampwamp View Post
    The cloud was blown off and gone.

    Can "blown off" be used for the wind blowing away the cloud?
    Where do you you find these sentences you ask about here, mampwamp? There is always something a bit odd about them.

    If they are your own, what prompts you to write them?

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    #4

    Re: The cloud was blown off and gone.

    The clouds drifted away.

    The clouds drifted away with the wind.

    The clouds drifted across the sky.


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    Last edited by lotus888; 13-May-2014 at 04:08.

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